Kelly Bryant has picked the Missouri Tigers. The former Clemson QB will be eligible to play for the Tigers in 2019
Bryant will bring an element of a run-pass option behind an offensive line that will return three starters in Yassir Durant, Christian Colon-Castillo and First-team All-SEC Tre’vour Wallace Simms. The run game returns Rountree, Crockett, sophomore’s Tyler Badie and Simi Bakare.
A young wide-receiver corps of Jalen Knox, Kam Scott, Dominic Gicinto, Alex Ofodlile, along with veterans Johnathon Johnson and Richaud Floyd and another commitment that came Tuesday night shortly after Bryant’s announcement…former Arkansas wide receiver Jonathan Nance also announced his commitment and intention to transfer to Missouri.
The running game will return over 2,200 yards of production.
More on Nance from WholeHogSports: “In 2017, Nance played in 11 games and earned six starts as he led Arkansas in receptions (37), receiving yards (539) and touchdown catches (5). Nance was arguably the Razorbacks’ best deep threat, hauling in touchdowns of 49, 44, 34 and 31 yards. The average yardage on his five scores was 32.2 yards. Last season, he led all Southeastern Conference receivers in catch rate (66.7 percent) on passes of 20-plus yards, according to Pro Football Focus.”
— Kelo ⚜️ (@KellyB125) December 5, 2018